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in connecticut. they're but by the grace of god. and not saying that malls will not be crowded. i am saying, this tragedy has changed things coming as it did when they did. the most innocent among mass. it cannot help but affect us, as lois, maybe even stop us. good for the soul, i guess, but not necessarily good for retailers. with me now, the wall street journal's steve more. spell it out. what -- and i know you monitor these sales numbers by the minute. what affect so far? >> the fallen angels in connecticut will move the area, the country, the world to more compassion, caring, working, harder to help each other. it will be like a september september 11th effect, eggs and much more profound. so people we will shift from conspicuous consumption to giving more to churches and synagogues and spiritual institutions and give more to communities instead of shoppers shopping for their own homes, there will be giving the money to habitat for humanity. instead of shopping for themselves, they will be giving to the institutions that help the communities that are so broke and underfunded. neil: hav
of the school tragedy that continues in connecticut now with "fox & friends">> the shooting piers to ha -- piers t stopped. the school is in lock down. >> i will need two ambulances at this time. >> multiple weapons including long rifle and shot gun. >> what is the number of ambulances you will require? >> they are not giving us a number. >> hook and ladder. medical emergency. >> good morning everyone. we appreciate you joining us on this very sad morning. it is great to have steve and brian here with me. it is a terrible morning, but we do have more information to impart to you. so many people want to know how this can happen in newtown connecticut. we have information about the shooter and his history. >> let's look at the cover of the tabloids in the city. america weeps. the president of the united states spread a couple of tears in the briefing room yesterday. slaughter of the innocence and a picture you saw a lot of yesterday from the patch -- rather the b in new town where the police officer leads the children single file out of sandy hooks school. >> so many horrific things but the worst
in connecticut, another massive school shooting in our nation's history. the latest, but a question. how do we protect ourelves and our kids against what's become an all too frequent proble neil: it was big news when all screens outer floor of the new york stock exchange were on it, not on business channels, they were not on anything else but this. what happened in connecticut today, and what could lead to more than two dozen people, largely kids, getting killed? security expert and former cia covert officer mike baker on how we get through this making ourselves more secure. so little we know, and a lot we're going to find out, but here we go again. what do we do? how do we make these schools safer or can we? >> well, you learn from every tragic, unfortunate incident, and more details will be coming out, obviously, as we go forward and carry out the investigation, and we'll learn about the background and experience and the connections, but, you know, ultimately, the problem is you n't regulate, legislate, and control your society into a zero risk. we never get to the point where you can stop c
of the connecticut school shooting hit, that out of nowhere, ads for tom cruise's latest movie disappeared, other movies as well. anything violent coming to the big screen sure as heck of nots showing up in promotions on the little screen, but i think it's %-politicians now targeting vido games that are already rated for things like violence and, well, exxessive anything, even popular kids' websites reviewed with critics saying there's a fine line between free speech and using a horrible tragedy to deny that speech. rudy on whether we truly are overreacting. mayor, what do you think? >> we always overreact. that's kind of normal. you get a terrible incident, and everybody is seeking a simple solution to it, easy way to deal with it so everybody looks at whatever the favorite thing is whether it's gun control, mental illness, violence in the movies. i mean, look, i don't -- i've been in law enforcement most of my life and handled hinkley case who tried to assassinate ronald reagan, and most thought it was because of jodi foster, his obsession with her, and then he tried to do the same thing, theo
. >> thanks, neil. neil: you know what happened today in connecticut, another massive school shooting in our nation's history. the latest, but a question. how do we protect ourselves and our kids against what's become our kids against what's become an all too frequent proble [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. neil: it was big news when all screens outer floor of the new york stock exchange were on it, not on business channels, they were not on anything else but this. what happened in connecticut today, and what could lead to more than two dozen people, largely kids, getting killed? security expert and former cia covert officer mike baker on how we get through this making ourselves more secure. so litle we know, and a lot we're going to find out, but here we go again. what do we do? how do we make these schools safer or can we? >> well, y
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-benz dealer. neil: we know what has our focus these days, the tragedy in connecticut, and the crisis over the cliff, but did you catch this, radar posting a decline in second quarter profit this contins a pattern of company warningshat cannot be ignored. worried about things getting bump here. he is right, any tax increase on the rich could push us closer to a recession too. tom, you say the sequel could be worse. >> right. i have to tell you fedex, among other companies are concerned about what is going on with the economy. they are hedging themselves, if this administration increases taxes on $250,000, you could see this economy go to a recession. a lot of companies prepare. neil: do you think this is preblaming, some saying just in case the numbers stink, this is what we're pegging it to? >> a great point. they are forecasting. if this president raises taxes on the wealthy -- >> what if not that wealthy. >> there are studies out there, nancy pelosi and senator schumer said, a million plus. if that happens, the economy will move in president direction. but you have the rhetoric from thi
not on anything else but this. what happened in connecticut today, and what could lead to more th two dozen people, largely kids, getting killed? security expert and former cia covert officer mike baker on how we get through this making ourselves more secure. so little we know, and a lot we're going to find out, but here we go again. what do we do? how do we make these schools safer or can we? >> well, you learn from every tragic, unfortunate incident, and more details will be coming out, obviously, as we go forward and carry out the investigation, and we'll learn about the background and experience and the connections, but, you know, ultimately, the problem is you can't regulate, legislate, and control your society into a zero risk. we never get to the point where you can stop crazy. you can't do it. you have to find a line that people are willing to live with in terms of the way that we move through society and schools are no deferent, and, now, there are -- better now than even a few years ago at dealing with crisis like this. up fortunately, because we've had them and try to study. neil: not a
out there now, a fabulous show up in connecticut stted out here in manhattan, comes from a family of farmers. what he has done is pu together a nonprofit where, if you're on food stamps and you g to a farmer's mart in you buy food to suffer in vegetables, they double the value for you. so there is a lot of programs out there in this country that really helped. but when we look at know, for example, one of the things that has me concerned, if you could do york city, and there has been a lot of research of the past year, year-and-a-half since the mayor talked about this, the soda tax in changing the size is die in those ciies where soda is less expensive than milk soda consumption is tired and milk. in those cities that no consumption come up prices are lower, guess what. tom: so you're saying that milk prices shoot up, people just switch over and start tracking service. >> absolutely. tom: a $1 trillion five-year deal. every five years this thing comes around. every ve years i hear the same complaints and nothing gets done >> correct goes back to 1949 when the farm bill started. it
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